2 Million Pounds Coral Castle Created By Single Man Using Pyramid Building Technology
What method did the builders use to construct the pyramids? The most obvious solution is to employ personnel. In the mainstream, it is still unthinkable that our forefathers could have developed technology thousands of years ago that is more advanced than ours. Or were they assisted by extraterrestrials? Though it is impossible to determine how the Giza pyramids were constructed, it is obvious that the limestone structure known as “Coral Castle” in Florida was built by a single guy utilizing a strange box.
Coral Castle, an enigmatic monument in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida, is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most strange and fascinating monuments.
Edward Leedskalnin, a single guy, sculpted Coral Castle in the early 1900s. Nonetheless, many people find it incredible that a 100-pound guy, a little over five feet tall, could handle, slice, and manipulate almost 1,100 tons of hard coral.
In Miami, Edward Leedskalnin was born on December 7, 1887, in Latvia and died on December 7, 1951. He was a Latvian immigrant who grew up in a Freemason family. He erected Coral Castle, initially known as the “Rock Gate,” from 1920 to 1940, using a large amount of limestone.
Leedskalnin was engaged to his 16-year-old fiancée Agnes Skuvst in Latvia when he was 26 years old. She chose not to marry him the day before the wedding for undisclosed reasons. Leedskalnin, heartbroken, decided to emigrate to North America. Leedskalnin went to the warmer environment of Florida in the winter of 1922–1923, after battling TB, and purchased an undeveloped block of property in Florida City, which was less populated at the time.
Leedskalnin intended to construct a large building known as the “Rock Gate” once he arrived in Florida City. From 1923 to 1936, he worked on it, hoping that his ex-fiancée would fall in love with it and with him.
The structure was built in secrecy at night, giving rise to the mythology of the flying coral stones. According to legends, some children may have surreptitiously witnessed Leedskalnin making the stones float like Hydrogen balloons. He moved the rocks with chi energy and a black box while singing to them.
Leedskalnin claimed to have solved the enigma of pyramid construction by making the stones lighter, according to Jose Bulard’s biographical essay. The vast, long-term effort served as a fitting memorial to his long-lost love, the wife he never had, and the heart he left in Latvia. When asked how he could complete his masterpiece with only a few tools and no outside assistance. Edward had only one response: “I understand the rules of weight and leverage, and I know the secrets of the people who constructed the pyramids,” referring to the Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt.
The castle’s main entrance door, which weighs about 9 tons, is a fine example of architecture. The most perplexing aspect of this door is that it can be turned or pushed with just one finger, yet no one knows how.
Leedskalnin issued a cryptic pamphlet in 1945 explaining how he created his Coral Castle using the laws of magnetism and electricity. The puzzle is how he could have built nearly 2 million pounds of coral with only a fourth-grade education and no formal training in any relevant scientific or architecture experience.
Magnetism and levitation have been suggested as possible explanations for the strange feat. One theory for the incredible accomplishment was that he knew how to use electromagnetism to erase or diminish the earth’s gravitational attraction, allowing the stones to be lifted and moved.
Leedskalnin appeared to be turning his apparatus to change the structure of the stones (in some way). Leedskalnin argued that “individual magnets” were acting on all matters. He also said that scientists at the time we’re looking in the incorrect area for an understanding of electricity, seeing only “one half of the complete notion” with “one-sided measurement methods.”
John Hutchison, a Canadian researcher, claimed to have uncovered how ancient sages used energy gathered from a vacuum to float rocks and change the structure of metals. He re-created Nikola Tesla’s research. The movie below is based on his results, published on his blog.
Professor John Roy Robert Searl claimed to have built an antigravity and perpetual motion device called the “Searl Effect Generator” (SEG) between 1946 and 1956, violating the first rule of thermodynamics.
Leedskalnin began construction on the monument at Florida City in the Everglades in the southern United States but eventually purchased four acres in Homestead, 16 miles away, and relocated it permanently.
According to a documentary filmed by writer Joe Bullard, Edward Lee Kalin claimed to have built it using the wisdom that had been lost for generations. Bullard spent more than 20 years researching Coral Castle in Homestead, Florida, and authored the book “Waiting for Agnes.”
A bell at the castle’s entryway had to ring twice for the multi-ton gate to open. Built with tremendous weight, it was fixed between two stones by a central point, allowing it to revolve with a single finger. When the support for this door was probed, it was determined that it was nothing more than a little stone of unknown material.
The tallest stone inside the castle is T-shaped, similar to the Stonehenge stones. Leedskalnin, Bullard claimed, was imparting “the knowledge of Stonehenge and the comprehension of the forgotten secret science” by doing so.
The castle sits on three acres, with the tower itself taking up just under an acre and consists of eight-foot-tall walls. It is broken into numerous portions, with a two-story stone tower housing Leedskalnin’s residence (without running water or electricity). His living quarters were on the top floor, which was tight. The lower floor housed his cutting and shaping instruments (blocks, tackles, rudimentary winches, and wedges, the majority of which he created himself) and a radio wave, physics, and astronomy experiments.
Leedskalnin carved a 13-ton, 20-foot-long table in the shape of Florida, flanked by ten chairs. There’s also the stone sundial he used to keep track of time. Other stones allude to the strength of the Moon’s influence on the earth and water. Some are fashioned like a pool, while others resemble a ladder leading down to the water. One of Saturn’s statues even reflects him.
His 5-ton rocking chair may be found in the royal chamber. There are also smaller thrones for Agnes, a child, and a mother-in-law next to it. Leedskalnin, fascinated by astronomy and the celestial, erected a 30-ton telescope that rises 25 feet tall and is aimed at the North Star.